Newly Opened Senior Living Facility Pilots 4G Micro Walkie Talkie to Improve Service Coordination
Apr 01, 2021
Forward Living, a senior living facility in Hong Kong, is piloting the use of a new 4G enabled micro walkie talkie system to communicate with staff across its nine storey, 60,000 square foot property. The newly opened 229 bed facility offers an innovative care service model in an ageing-friendly environment under the company’s vision of “A New Age of Possibilities”.
Forward Living selected OFLO’s cloud-based push-to-talk (PTT) solution because of its strong connectivity and customization compared to traditional walkie talkies. By enabling staff to work throughout the building while maintaining real-time communication, OFLO’s 4G micro walkie talkies help teams to coordinate tasks and respond to clients’ needs more efficiently.
Using a simple to use Channel Management Portal, Forward Living will also pilot OFLO’s multi-channel function which allows the facility’s administrative, care, and security teams to seamlessly communicate across different teams.
About Culture Homes
Culture Homes was founded in 2001 as an end-to-end integrated solution provider for elderly care and services. A part of CTL Group, it is a Hong Kong based company providing quality elderly lifestyle and rehabilitative products, and professional nursing care services. The newly constructed Forward Living facility covers an area of 60,000 square feet across nine stories, combining professional care and residential accommodation elderly residents for 229 beds.
About OFLO by Origami Labs
Origami Labs specialises in voice communications solutions based on the belief that all businesses can enjoy simple and efficient team collaboration. We’re redefining how teams of all sizes communicate, beyond digital screens. OFLO, is a simple-to-use, configurable, and highly scalable push-to-talk private network for teams. OFLO is the first step towards the achieving the goal of universal technology accessibility that empowers the underserved and underequipped.